Totes are wonderful. I leave the top off and the boys are young enough to jump in the 18 gallon totes and the lower larger ones are wonderful too. I figured this out when I had a wonderful boy who, late in life, had issues getting positioned. Besides the totes are a lot cheaper and more appropriately sized. FYI: They make great outdoor shelters too.
On Jul 8, 2011, at 4:57 PM, Edna Taylor wrote:

I tried to respond earlier but it bounced back as "too large" however, I noticed that others have responded with no problems so I will try again (after deleting most of the original emails). I have used Feline Pine at home before and the rescue group I am with used to use it at their Petsmart adoptions. The smell (to me) was gawd awful after they had used the box even once and even customers complained about the smell in the adoption center. We had to go back to scoopable in both places but especially at the store because people would not go in to meet the cats due to the smell and it was scooped on a regular basis.

For our house, we have switched from hooded boxes to large Rubbermaid Totes. Frank cuts a large hole in one end so the cats can get in and out and it prevents our elevator b*tt peers from peeing over the side. We also use a low dust litter. So far, our cats have done well and most of our cats are 12 and up.


Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2011 16:07:15 -0400
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Clumping litter =

Oh - I just found a Petco version of the wheat litter, Sweat Scoop. It got
good online reviews.

On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 3:56 PM, Katy Doyle <>wrote:

Well, this has inspired me to check out Feline Pine - has anyone used it

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